Roundup: Bath’s Bolons reach Division II state girls tennis semifinals


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Perry’s Terry Riley finds room to run during Friday night’s Division VII home playoff game against Hopewell-Loudon.

Perry’s Terry Riley finds room to run during Friday night’s Division VII home playoff game against Hopewell-Loudon.


Amanda Wilson | The Lima News

MASON — Bath’s Ruby Bolon and Esther Bolon advanced to the Division II state doubles semifinals Friday at Lindner Family Tennis Center.

The Bolons won their opening round match 6-1, 6-1 against Alliance Marington’s Mary and Elizabeth Mason and then defeated Cincinnati Indian Hill’s Jenny Zhang and Lexi Larsen 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 in the quarterfinals. They will play Dayton Oakwood’s Sarah Hall and Natalie Connell in the semifinals when play resumes Saturday.

Shawnee’s Aria Patel and Alora Patel lost 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 to Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown’s Brigette Fuentes and Alex Wolf in the opening round.

Boys golf

D-I state tourney

COLUMBUS — Elida’s Carson Harmon is tied for 51st at the Division I state tournament after the first round 83 at the par 71 Ohio State Scarlet Course. Play is scheduled to resume Saturday.

Football

Division VII

Region 26

Hopewell-Loudon 36, Perry 6

PERRY TOWNSHIP – Hopewell-Loudon knocked off Perry 36-6 in the third round of the Division VII, region 26, football playoffs Friday at Perry.

Hopewell-Loudon, the No. 6-seed, advances to the regional semifinals against No. 2-seed Arlington at 7 p.m. on Friday at Arlington.

Game canceled

ARLINGTON – Arlington defeated Leipsic, when the Vikings forfeited their third-round playoff game because of COVID concerns.

Arlington moves on to the regional semifinals against Hopewell-Loudon at 7 p.m. on Friday at Arlington.

Region 28

Marion Local 42, New Miami 0

MARIA STEIN – Marion Local rolled to a smothering victory over New Miami in the third round of the football playoffs at Marion Local.

Marion Local (8-0), the No. 1 seed, advances to the regional semifinals against Riverside at 7 p.m. on Friday at Marion Local.

The Flyers held New Miami to 91 total yards, 5 rushing, with only eight first downs.

Marion Local led 14-0 after the first quarter and 35-0 at the half.

Marion Local’s Drew Seitz had seven carries for 62 yards with two TDs. He had TD runs of 23 and 7 yards.

Flyers quarterback Carson Griesdorn completed 3 of 6 for 49 yards with one TD.

Flyers’ Peyton Otte had four carries for 52 yards, with a 32-yard TD run.

Kyle Otte added seven carries for 43 yards with one TD.

Charles Huelsman had two catches for 42 yards with one TD.

Marion Local had 299 total yards with 242 on the ground.

New Bremen 28, St. Henry 13

NEW BREMEN – New Bremen knocked off St. Henry in the third round of the football playoffs at New Bremen.

New Bremen (5-2), the No. 3-seed, advances to the regional semifinals against No.-2 seed Fort Loramie at 7 p.m. on Friday at Fort Loramie.

St. Henry is 4-3.

Division III

Region 12

St. Marys at Bellbrook, ppd.

BELLBROOK – St. Marys at Bellbrook was postponed to 7 p.m. tonight at Bellbrook because of lightning and thunderstorms Friday night.

The St. Marys/Bellbrook winner will advance to the regional semifinals against Hamilton Ross at 7 p.m. on Friday.

Regular season

Shawnee 40, Sylvania Southview 0

SYLVANIA – Shawnee led 34-0 at the half and cruised to a regular-season win over Sylvania Southview at Sylvania.

Shawnee (4-4) quarterback Tyler Windau threw for two TDs (19, 8) and ran for one TD (1) to power the Indians. Windau completed 7 of 10 for 88 yards. On the ground, Windau had eight carries for 39 yards.

Shawnee’s Tommy Spyker had 11 carries for 71 yards with one TD for 35 yards.

Shawnee’s Jordan Banks had six carries for 43 yards with one TD.

The Indians’ Luke Cowan had two catches for 45 yards with one TD for 19 yards.

Shawnee had 265 yards of total offense, with 177 on the ground.

Southview had 161 total yards, with 91 on the ground.

Shawnee led 13-0 after the first quarter.

Pandora-Gilboa 21, Delphos St. John’s 20

DELPHOS – Pandora-Gilboa held off Delphos St. John’s by blocking the extra point in a regular-season game at Stadium Park.

St. John’s is 2-6.

The game was tied at 7 at the half and St. John’s led 14-7 after three quarters.

P-G took the lead to stay 21-14 with 8:35 to go in the fourth quarter on an 8-yard TD run by Ethan Luginbill.

St. John’s got within 21-20 on a 35-yard TD pass from Brady Kerner to Nolan Schwinnen with 6:33 to play.

But the kick for the extra point was blocked, which kept the Rockets ahead, 21-20.

P-G’s Silas Schmenk had 11 carries for 65 yards with a TD. In the air, Schmenk completed 7 of 18 for 38 yards.

St. John’s Clay Paddubny had 17 carries for 59 yards with a TD.

Kerner completed 10 of 26 for 166 yards. He threw one TD, but had four interceptions.

Schwinnen had four receptions for 111 yards and one TD.

St. John’s had 246 total yards, with 80 yards rushing.

P-G had 180 total yards, with 142 rushing.

Hardin Northern 48, Cory-Rawson 14

DOLA – Hardin Northern notched a regular-season victory over Cory-Rawson at Dola.

Hardin Northern’s Owen Wetherwill had four carries for 82 yards with two TDs (45, 11). He added two catches for 72 yards with two TDs (38 24).

Hardin Northern quarterback Nevin Robson completed 4 of 8 for 101 yards. He threw three TDs and ran for a 40-yard TD.

Cory-Rawson’s Hunter Stauffer had 17 carries for 169 yards with two TDs (26, 48).

Elida 13, Bishop Fenwick 6 (OT)

MIDDLETOWN – Elida made the trip to Middletown and came back with a 13-6 overtime victory over Bishop Fenwick.

The kickoff was delayed until 9 p.m. because of lightning and storms in the area.

Elida is 6-3.

Allen East 43, Benjamin Logan 6

HARROD – Allen East cruised past Benjamin Logan in a regular-season matchup at Allen East.

Allen East is 5-3.

Wayne Trace 22, Paulding 14

HAVILAND – Wayne Trace knocked off Paulding in a regular-season game at Wayne Trace.

Wayne Trace’s Trevor Speice led the Raiders with 31 carries for 156 yards and three TDs. He had TD runs of 2, 2 and 4 yards. In the air, Speice completed 4 of 11 for 39 yards.

Wayne Trace’s Kyle Slade had 21 carries for 97 yards.

Paulding’s Caleb Manz had six carries for 74 yards. Manz also had four catches for 59 yards.

Fernando Garcia had 12 carries for 48 yards.

Paulding quarterback Payton Beckman completed 12 of 23 for 132 yards.

Paulding is 2-7. Wayne Trace is 5-4.

Upper Scioto Valley 16, Ridgemont 6

MOUNT VICTORY – Upper Scioto Valley posted a victory over Ridgemont at Mount Victory.

The game was scoreless after three quarters, with the Rams scoring all 16 points in the final 11:53.

For the Rams, Connor Sanders had 15 carries for 64 yards. Jackson Rohrs added 16 carries for 49 yards.

USV had 158 total yards, with 145 coming on the ground.

Ridgemont had only 92 total yards, with 23 on the ground.

Elsewhere: Milton-Union 32, Defiance 28; Anna 27, Indian Lake 0; Celina at Oakwood, ppd.

Perry’s Terry Riley finds room to run during Friday night’s Division VII home playoff game against Hopewell-Loudon.
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